If you are interested in becoming a Buddhist, are already a Buddhist but need to go back to the roots or merely curious at what Buddhism exactly is, then this app is just right for you!
1. Salutation to the Triple Gem
2. Homage to the Buddha
3. Recollection of the Buddha the Dhamma and the Sangha
4. The Three Refuges
5. Taking the Five Precepts
6. Transference of Merits
7. Spreading Loving Kindness to all Beings
8. The Eight Victories and Blessing
9. An Invitation to Devas
10. The Victors Cage
Language: Thai & English
+ Added Simplified Chinese.
+ Added video/audio links to Youtube and Tudou to provide multimedia experience.
+ Enlarged font size for better reading experience.
+ Included Ads in each page for free app version.
Available in Traditional and Simplified Chinese.
The purpose is to make one or more affirmations or commitments for your upcoming day. You can spend one minute on this or thirty, it is up to you. At the end of the day, go to the reflections settings to view your goals and/or affirmations and then reflect upon them. Did you achieve them? Did you lose sight of or forget about any of them? Why? This is a practice recommended by the Dalai Lama, now on Android.
From "I will try to better my relationship with my employees", to "I will not think of myself as worthless; I am unique, important, and beautiful", this application gives users a simple way to stop and remember. Go back and review past reflections and see how you have grown from this very simple practice.
This application does not sort reflections by date, but by the day of your life. What were you think about on the 11,200th day of your life? That was or will be an important moment, as they all are. Acknowledge each day and live in it rather than get through it.
For just a moment, stay in that moment. See what you learn.
I hope you like the app. It isn't fancy. It may have some bugs, please let us know. If one individual makes a personal connection with their own thoughts with the help of this app, I will consider it worth more money than Reba has.
Buddhist Chants(Pirith) is a proven way to calm your mind and soul.
The list of chants(pirith) is as follows :
- Seth Piritha Part 1
- Seth Piritha Part 2
- Seevali Piritha Part 1
- Seevali Piritha Part 2
- Antharaya Niwarana Piritha
Appreciate any and all feedback.
Incense (Latin: incendere, to burn) is composed of aromatic biotic materials, which release fragrant smoke when burned. The term 'incense' refers to the substance itself, rather than to the odor that it produces. It is used in religious ceremonies, ritual purification, aromatherapy, meditation, for creating a mood, and for masking bad days;
Frequency of the notifications is once a day, or once every 1-5 days (a number selected at random.) Users may loosely control the time of day when the notification is received (early morning, daytime, or evening.) The cards may be delivered in canonical order or shuffled order.
The cards may also be viewed in a scrolling list of all 59 slogans. Included on the instruction screen are a list of recommended books (with Amazon links) on the subject of Lojong Mind Training.
A web search on the text of any card may be launched from the card displays.
This app uses Android's Alarm Manager to schedule the notifications. When the alarm is triggered, the notification is sent and the next alarm time is calculated and set. Rebooting your phone will now restart the notifications schedule if it was active when you powered down. It will not open the app's UI on reboot.
Eiheiji and Sojiji are the two Head Temples of the Soto Zen School and this app contains basic sutras such as: The Meaning of Practice and Verification (Shushōgi), which is the Soto Zen School’s signature sutra, as well as the Heart Sutra (Hannya Shingyō), and the Verse of the “Universal Gateway” Chapter (Fumonbonge), the sutras that are read every day in Soto temples.
The sutras in this application are a summary of the teachings that have been transmitted generation after generation from Shakyamuni Buddha.
Let’s make time in our day-to-day lives to read sutras.
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